STD Testing & Info

Each year in the U.S., over 30 million men and women contract an STD, or Sexually Transmitted Disease (also called Sexually Transmitted Infections or STIs). STD testing is important.

Most of the time, these sexually transmitted diseases in women and men are left undetected as patients do not submit to testing for STDs.

If you have been experiencing any of the sexually transmitted disease symptoms below, Contact us to find the nearest free help

STD’s & Pregnancy

When considering your pregnancy options, it is important to know if you have an STD.

Because abortion is invasive, the STD can spread into your reproductive organs and cause permanent damage. In order to protect your reproductive health for the future, Network Medical tests for and treats the two most common STDs: Chlamydia and Gonorrhea.

Women who have an untreated STD are up to 25% more likely to develop Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) following an abortion procedure. So, it is important to be tested for STDs prior to making any decisions about the outcome of your pregnancy.

Citation: U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention